This “documentary” by The Discovery Channel is why I don’t watch the Discovery Channel anymore. When it first came on the air years ago, it was worth watching. Then it went into all natural disasters, all the time mode. Now it has maybe one show that I would think about watching.
Bitter and I plan to drop cable service shortly. It’s horrendously expensive for digital HD, and we hardly watch it. I’d rather save the money and spend it on ammunition, which is more entertaining for me than sitting in front of the boob tube watching overpriced, bad cable programming.